In this article, Mr Mahantesh Karoshi, a highly regarded consultant gynaecologist, talks to us about sperm cells, including what happens exactly when ejaculation occurs, and what the exact distance sperm cells need to travel before actually fertilising the female egg.
Affecting one in 10 women of reproductive age, endometriosis is the second most common gynaecological condition in the UK. Despite this, it can take years to be diagnosed and treated, causing debilitating pain and very heavy periods to disrupt the quality of life of many women. Ms Pushpakala Maharajan, highly esteemed consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist, provides a comprehensive overview of the condition, explaining what are the dangers if endometriosis is left untreated and at what stage is surgery required.
Yeast infections are extremely common amongst women, and can lead to extremely uncomfortable symptoms. In this article, Mr Mahantesh Karoshi, explains in more detail why exactly yeast infections cause such an intense amount of itchiness.
How exactly do fibroids affect a woman's fertility, and what is the most effective surgical procedure when it comes to the removal of fibroids? Read on here to find out these all-important questions, as highly revered women's health expert and consultant gynaecologist, Mr Mahantesh Karoshi, offers his expert insights into all things fibroids.
Thrush is an extremely common yeast infection that can affect both men and women. In this article, we hone in on how the condition can affect women, and what makes women susceptible to it, as highly experienced consultant gynaecologist, Mr Mahantesh Karoshi, sheds light on all things vaginal yeast infections.
In this article, Mr Mahantesh Karoshi, a highly regarded London-based consultant gynaecologist, details in expert detail what recurrent pregnancy loss is, and touches on what the possible causes could be.
Leading consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist Ms Pushpakala Maharajan responds to commonly asked questions about ovarian cysts including which factors make a women more likely to develop them and when surgical treatment is required.
Childbirth trauma, of some degree, can occur in up to 85 per cent of all women who conceive vaginally. In this article, esteemed London-based consultant obstetrician, gynaecologist, and urogynaecology subspecialist, Dr Alex Digesu, explains in more detail what exactly can occur during childbirth trauma, and discusses the treatment options available to women who suffer childbirth trauma.
Robotic-assisted laparoscopy avoids the risks of traditional surgery for myomectomy, also known as fibroid or uterine myoma removal. It's a welcome innovation for those who require this procedure. Highly-experienced consultant gynaecologist Mr Simon Butler-Manuel expertly answers frequently-asked questions about the method in this informative article. Read on to find out more.